Joyce Mok, Ph.D., 1995
Joyce Mok earned her Doctor of Philosophy degree in family resource
management in 1995 (coadvisors: Jonathan
Fox and Sherman
Hanna). Dr. Mok won the Outstanding Dissertation Award from the Ohio
Association for Family and Consumer Sciences, and was chosen as a finalist
for the 1995 American Council on Consumer Interests Dissertation Award.
The title of her Dissertation was “The Impact of Label Use on
Dietary Quality: A Baseline Study for Evaluating the Nutrition Labeling
and Education Act.”
Joyce Mok is currently a Lecturer, School of Science, National Institute
of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Web page with photos
of her children
Wang, H., Mok, C. F., & Fox, J. (1995). Food expenditure patterns of
elderly consumers: A question of time allocation. Family Economics and
Resource Management Biennial: The Journal of the FERM Section of AAFCS.
I, pp. 185-192.
Park, S. & Mok, C. F. (1995). Childcare expenditures of households:
Tobit analyses for different family types. Family Economics and Resource
Management Biennial: The Journal of the FERM Section of AAFCS. I, pp.
Mok, C., Park, S., and Chern, W. (1995). Food Consumption Patterns
of Asian-American Households: An Empirical Assessment of the Household
Production Theory, The Proceeding of the 1st Asian Consumer and Family
Association Meeting(ACFEA. 1, Shah Alaru, Malaysia, July 4-6.
Mok, C. F. J., Wang, H. & Hanna, S. (1994). Are the consumption
patterns of elderly households consistent with a life cycle model?, Asia
Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, I, 237-245.
Wang, H., Mok, C. F. J. & Hanna, S. (1994). Consumption patterns
of elderly households: an empirical analysis using a life cycle model,
Consumer Interests Annual, vol. 40, 328-335.
Stafford, K., Wessel, J.A., Jayathirtha, C., Mok, J., Park, S.Y.,
Sung, J., Wang, H., & Zuiker, V.S., (Invited Paper). (1994). The effects
of restructuring in higher education on the mission of family economics
resource management. The Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of
the Eastern Family Economics and Resource Management Association, 144-152.